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Heritage chapter plans work weekends

The Heritage Chapter of the North Country Trail Association has a busy summer of work events and other activities planned for the section of the North Country National Scenic Trail it maintains. The chapter, which maintains the trail through Iron...

 
 News    April 22, 2019 

Wheelers get grant for special bike to carry others

By STEVE NEWMAN news@yourdailyglobe.com IRONWOOD — The Superior Health Foundation announced this past week a grant of $4,995 to the Gogebic Range Health Foundation. The Gogebic Range Health...

 
 News    April 22, 2019 

Families find eggs, fun at Mercer egg hunt

By STEVE NEWMAN news@yourdailyglobe.com MERCER, Wis. - The Mercer Lions hosted its annual Easter Egg Hunt at the Mercer School Saturday morning to a happy crowd of parents and children. The event,...

 

Superior Riders starts season May 15

By RICHARD JENKINS rjenkins@yourdailyglobe.com IRONWOOD — With the snow melting, outdoor enthusiasts on the Gogebic Range are putting away their skis and getting out their summer toys. Those fans of road biking can join the Superior Riders, which s...

 

Bessemer students spend spring break traveling abroad

BESSEMER - Seventeen Bessemer high school students recently spent their spring break touring Germany, Austria, Italy and Switzerland. The entourage also included two recent graduates, eight parents,...

 

Ontonagon's annual cancer association fund drive scheduled

By JAN TUCKER jantuck@jamadots.com ONTONAGON — Volunteers will span Ontonagon county from May 4 to May 18 in the annual Ontonagon County Cancer Association Fund Drive. The Ontonagon Association, which is independent and not associated with any...

 

GCC cosmetology program reveals new, improved branding

By BRYAN HELLIOS bhellios@yourdailyglobe.com IRONWOOD - GCC Cosmetology unveiled its branding strategy at a Thursday afternoon celebration held at Gogebic Community College. Invitees gathered around s...

 

Silver Express gears up for spring tour

By RICHARD JENKINS rjenkins@yourdailyglobe.com HURLEY - The nine singers and performers in Hurley's Silver Express are finishing up their final rehearsals in the coming days as they prepare for the...

 

Ewen hunter found guilty of deer poaching

ONTONAGON — A Ewen man who claimed the “laws of nature” decree that “he did not need a license to hunt deer, was found guilty of just that in an Ontonagon jury trial Thursday. Ronald Ehinger, 68, was charged with two counts of taking an...

 

Wilton warns parents of online dangers

By BRYAN HELLIOS bhellios@yourdailyglobe.com IRONWOOD - Attendees of the iGuardian parent program listened to Special Agent Todd Wilton, with the Department of Homeland Security, discuss tips on...

 

Iron County students tour timber companies

By RICHARD JENKINS rjenkins@yourdailyglobe.com HURLEY — The Hurley and Mercer students in Iron County's Woods and Waters program had a chance to see some of the commercial uses of the trees in the...

 

Bessemer board of education pushes pending millage

By P.J. GLISSON news@yourdailyglobe.com BESSEMER — More than a dozen local citizens gathered Tuesday evening at A.D. Johnston Junior andHigh School in Bessemer for an informational session on a continuing millage proposed by the Bessemer Area...

 

Kids hear of online dangers

By BRYAN HELLIOS bhellios@yourdailyglobe.com IRONWOOD - Elementary students at Luther L. Wright K-12 School gathered in the gymnasium on Monday to hear a special agent with the Department of Homeland...

 

Bessemer council passes second marijuana ordinance

By P.J. GLISSON news@yourdailyglobe.com BESSEMER — The Bessemer city council voted Monday evening to pass an ordinance to prohibit zoning in relation to the enterprise of recreational marijuana. The unanimous vote followed the second reading of...

 

Ontonagon valuation on rise compared to previous years

By JAN TUCKER jantuck@jamadots.com ONTONAGON — Ontonagon County Equalization Director, Ann Marie Husar had some good news for the Ontonagon County Board Tuesday. Husar said the valuation of Ontonagon County in 2018 has risen by 2.5% over the...

 

Brewster's wins top awards at GCC Foundation's Taste of Gogebic Range

IRONWOOD - The Gogebic Community College Foundation threw a party Monday to benefit the college. The 10th annual Taste of the Gogebic Range drew a crowd Monday evening filling the David G. Lindquist...

 

Ramsay Post Office remains closed

By P.J. GLISSON news@yourdailyglobe.com RAMSAY - The U.S. Post Office in Ramsay has been locked for more than five weeks, since regional postal authorities in Grand Rapids posted a notice of closure...

 

Ironwood to consider refinancing bonds

By RICHARD JENKINS rjenkins@yourdailyglobe.com IRONWOOD — Ironwood Area Schools may soon be paying less on some of its bonds as the district’s board of education approved a resolution explore refinancing its older bonds Monday. The measure would...

 

Bessemer VFW holds annual Easter egg hunt

By BRYAN HELLIOS bhellios@yourdailyglobe.com BESSEMER - Kids waited for the countdown before scrambling to load their baskets with eggs during Bessemer's annual Easter egg hunt held at the VFW on...

 

Skiers hit slopes for end of season fun at Indianhead

By BRYAN HELLIOS bhellios@yourdailyglobe.com WAKEFIELD - People hit the slopes at Indianhead Mountain on Saturday trying to squeeze in a few more runs before the ski resort closed for the season....

 

Hurley Lions Club holds annual pancake breakfast

By BRYAN HELLIOS bhellios@yourdailyglobe.com HURLEY — The smell of sizzling butter and frying flapjacks filled the Iron County Memorial Building during the Hurley Lion’s Club annual pancake breakfast on Sunday. Jerry Pisani, club president, said...

 

McIntosh returns to HIT, sings Ronstadt hits

By BRYAN HELLIOS bhellios@yourdailyglobe.com IRONWOOD — Braving blizzard conditions, Tristan McIntosh and fellow band members of the Linda Ronstadt Experience drove from Minneapolis, Minn. to...

 

Finance committee approves county vehicle purchase

By RICHARD JENKINS rjenkins@yourdailyglobe.com HURLEY — Iron County employees likely won’t have to use their own vehicles when traveling out of the area for work, after the Iron County Board of Supervisors’ finance committee recommended purchas...

 

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